Conflict of Interest
The WAME has defined conflict of interest as “... when a participant in the publication process (author, peer reviewer, or editor) has a competing interest that could unduly influence (or reasonably seems to do so) his or her responsibilities in the publication process."
Authors submitting their research manuscripts to the JAMC are required to declare any conflict of interest which may be in the form of credits / promotions, grants, memberships or any other professional or personal relationship that may influence the manuscript in any manner. Although such conflicts of interests are not entirely unethical, they should be stated clearly in the author’s undertaking and contribution form as well as in the appropriate text box during the manuscript submission process in addition as a statement at the end of manuscript text before the references section. No conflicts of interests should also be declared explicitly.